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RCCG Mission

The RCCG Worldwide mission is as follows:

  1. To make heaven.
  2. To take as many people with us.
  3. To have a member of RCCG in every family of all nations.

To accomplish No. 1 above, holiness will be our lifestyle.

To accomplish No. 2 and 3 above, we will plant churches within five minutes walking distance in every city and town of developing countries and within five minutes’ driving distance in every city and town of developed countries.

We will pursue these objectives until every Nation in the world is reached for the Lord Jesus Christ.

RCCG Vision

  • To make Heaven and take as many people as we can bring along the way.


  • To be the healing body of Christ where the hurting, depressed, the frustrated, the lost, and the confused can find acceptance, love, help, hope and forgiveness from God


  • To help people attain their God given dreams and walk in the full potentials of their divine destinies

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Our Mandate


• To preach the gospel of the Kingdom and heal all manner of sickness and all manner of disease among people. Matthew 4:23

• To train, build and equip today and future leaders to impact and change their generation for Christ.

• To encourage, promote and liberate believers in Saskatchewan and their communities through the preaching of the word of holiness, faith and healing in our Christ Jesus.

• To establish a Parish of RCCG in every City in Saskatchewan Province

Our History


The Redeemed Christian Church of God (RCCG) – Jesus House for all Nations, Saskatoon is one of the parishes of The Region 10, Province 4 headquarters of the Redeemed Christian Church of God (RCCG), a worldwide Church, commissioned by the Holy Spirit through a great man of God, Pastor Josiah Akindayomi in Lagos, Nigeria in 1952.

RCCG has since grown, from this humble beginning with just nine members, to over twenty thousand (20,000) parishes worldwide, under the visionary leadership of Pastor E. A. Adeboye, the current general overseer.